Author: Randell Mauricio
The principal of Yellowquill School in Portage says her students gave her a sense of fulfillment.  

That was Marg Lisowski's reaction after a banner made by grade three and four students was chosen to hang in the legislature.  It's also slated to travel to Vancouver for a national Arts Smarts conference.  

Lisowski feels it's a sign the program must continue in Portage.  

She and her students are excited to see the banner off to the national stage.  

The empathy-themed banner was designed to reduce bullying and was hung in the Glesby Centre throughout May.  

It's among two other school projects in the province chosen for the legislature.